CAA football became the latest domino to tumble in college football, announcing on Friday it will not have a conference schedule this fall because of concerns over the global COVID-19 pandemic.
A decade younger and 5 inches shorter, Tom Flacco isn't getting the NFL draft adulation his Super Bowl MVP brother once received. That hasn't dampened the fiery younger Flacco's confidence.
- CAA's football season canceled by pandemic
- Towson's Flacco shines in Tropical Bowl victory
- No. 1 North Dakota St. tops FCS playoff bracket
- Towson adds former Oregon QB Mahalak
Tom Flacco, brother of Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco, helped the National team beat the American team 35-7 in the Tropical Bowl on Sunday
Skyler Davis kicked field goals from 29- and 35-yards out in the fourth quarter, the second with 41 seconds remaining, to lift Elon to a 25-23 come-from-behind win over Towson in the season-finale Saturday afternoon.
Yeedee Thaenrat rushed for a career-high 158 yards, Tom Flacco threw two touchdown passes and Towson defeated William & Mary 31-10 on Saturday.
Tom Flacco passed for two touchdowns and Towson used a run of unanswered points to defeat Stony Brook 31-14 Saturday.
Yeedee Thaenrat ran for three touchdowns, including one late in the fourth for the win, as Towson beat Delaware 31-24 on Saturday.
Ben DiNucci passed for 201 yards and two touchdowns and the James Madison defense held Towson to 77 yards after the half for a 27-10 win on Saturday.
Tom Flacco threw a school-record six touchdown passes in the first half, five to Shane Leatherbury, as Towson steamrolled Bucknell, 56-7 in a nonconference game on Saturday.
Karl Mofor ran for a pair of touchdowns and Jeff Undercuffler passed for two more and Albany knocked off Towson 38-21 Saturday night, scoring 14 points off turnovers and taking down a top-10 foe for the third straight season.
Kyle Trask threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, helping No. 9 Florida beat lower-division Towson 38-0 Saturday and extend its winning streak to nine.
Daniel Smith raced into the end zone on a bootleg from the 2 and Villanova edged Towson 52-45 in overtime in a game where two teams, unbeaten and ranked in the FCS top 20, traded score for score Saturday night.
Tom Flacco passed for 232 yards and a score and Yeedee Thaenrat added four short touchdown runs to power Towson to a 45-23 victory over Maine in a Colonial Athletic Association opener on Saturday night.
Tom Flacco threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score in just three quarters to help Towson rout North Carolina Central 42-3 on Saturday night.
Shane Simpson accounted for three scores that included a 4-yard touchdown run with 1:27 left to push Towson past The Citadel 28-21 on Saturday in a season opener.
CAA Football set an FCS playoff record by getting in six teams on the bracket, but North Dakota State's dynasty will be pursuing an even bigger mark in the 24-team field.